As statisticians, we often need to bring terrible news to the team. We’re the first to know, that a study didn’t reach the primary endpoint, or that safety analyses showed some new signals, or that some analyses contained mistakes, that need to be corrected. How do you deal with such
Interview with Justine Rochon What are win-win situations? How do we create such win-win situations? Upon observing on our daily business, we have the tendency to view situations not as win-win but as win-lose. Is it really possible to create these win-win situations? Today, Justine and I talk about this topic.
Interview with Ian Ratcliffe – IQVIA Are you working long hours?How do you manage your time?Do you know how to say no?How do you manage expectations? We want to achieve our goals and be productive at the same time, i.e. we want to accomplish a lot of things during the
Interview with Eva Murray and Andy Kriebel How do you create impactful data visualization?How do you effectively understand and communicate your data? This episode helps you to explore different perspectives and approaches to create more effective visualizations. Andy and Eva from MakeoverMonday offer inspiration and a dose of perspective for those
An interview with Paula Willamson and Liz Gargon “A core outcome set (COS) is an agreed standardised set of outcomes that should be measured and reported, as a minimum, in all clinical trials in specific areas of health or health care.” This clarifies directly what the COMET initiative is about.
Interview with Alex Godwood and Gabriel Glencross The Introduction to Industry Training (ITIT) gives the delegates a taste of life across the pharmaceutical industry from early drug discovery to marketing, from CRO to Big Pharma and across the UK and continental Europe. The course aims to show the delegates the
This is a very special episode. More than 2 years have passed since Benjamin and I started this podcast. And today, we are looking back and discuss the last 2 year’s learnings. We discuss the 9 learnings we had and how they apply to you as a listener as well.
Episode 3 Do you know why is it so important to create a simple yet informative data visualization?How your design choices impact the visuals?How small details – like text alignment – influence the overall visualization?How gestalt principles guide you? In episode 3 of this mini-series, I discuss the impact of
Bonus Episode 2 – COVID What do we need to do as statisticians in this crisis?Why do we see hardly any people on the news explaining the numbers correctly? I was asked about what we need to do to be more visible as a function? I talked about many problems
Interview with Alberto Cairo The Corona Virus being discussed across the world, with all the visualizations there, it is timely that I am speaking with Alberto Cairo. He is a visualization guru and has written the book “How Charts Lie”. This book helps you as a statistician to understand various
Visualization Episode 2 We all know how to specify a table and our processes support this. However, designing an awesome data visualization does not work this way. Our approach to table specification does not work? In this second episode. I talk about how you can create a great visualization. Here
As statisticians, we are one of the most capable professionals to understand and to relay the right information to the general public about the most talked-about situation – the Corona Virus. In today’s episode, I want to express what’s on my mind and on my heart about this topic. It’s
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